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Why Instagram?

Instagram is also one of the fastest growing social media platforms among teenagers. It is a free online social networking site that allows you to share daily life and important events through pictures. 283 more words


Students as Digital Leaders: A Digital Citizenship Lesson

Our 3rd-5th graders all get their own computer at the beginning of the year.  It’s a powerful thing. A computer can connect them with a wealth of information and opportunities to create content that gets their voice out to the teacher, the class, the community, and the world. 424 more words

Student Voice

Sex Mis-education: The Impact of Pornography and Strategies to Combat it

Andrew Lees attended the IBSC Conference in Baltimore, Md. 


Students are consuming pornography at an alarming rate and it impacts both their romantic relationships and their treatment of women. 428 more words

Digital Citizenship

Free ebook: The digital academic

A free ebook, The digital academic: resources and information to help you enhance your research has recently been made available by jobs.ac.uk. It covers guidance on tools and resources to use for your research and online that can help you save valuable time, as well as how to distribute your research to a wider audience in a number of creative ways. 90 more words

Social Media

Responsible Digital Citizenship

I’m going to give you an overview of Common Sense Education’s (CSE) Digital Citizenship curriculum & resources. If you want more on what Common Sense does, check out my previous post called “ 945 more words
Game-Based Learning

Use Some Common Sense


While I’m somewhat inclined to break into a diatribe about the lack of common sense exhibited even amongst the highly educated in society, that’s not what this is about. 583 more words

Game-Based Learning